Quick Launch bar with 12 browser icons, among others.
When Firefox got to be a hot topic a few years ago, having grabbed a bunch of the market share away from Internet Explorer, I decided to use Firefox primarily and haven’t gone back.
Look Familiar? IE 7 caught up to the rest of the world with tabbed browsing!
Opera gave me a little more variety.
K-Meleon was the first browser I got just for the sake of getting another browser. Nothing distinctive.
Google Chrome. Nothing chrome about it – It actually looks kind of like a piece of plastic. Two standouts: 1) no normal window frame around it (annoying for me but that’s just my preference), and 2) the home page default includes your ‘most visited’ pages as thumbnail screenshots (don’t like that either).
A coworker mentioned Avant Browser. Not suggested, not recommended, just mentioned. Like Safari and Chrome, Avant has no standard window frame around it. But at least it looks like a piece of sheet metal rather than Google’s plasticy Chrome.
I’ve happened upon the SeaMonkey Project before, thinking, “who wants yet another browser?” Well, I do, now. The SeaMonkey Project is an “all-in-one internet application suite”, including a browser (“Navigator”), mail and news reader, IRC chat client, and even an HTML editor (“Composer”). Sounds like the new Netscape. Thankfully there’s an option to install only the browser sans all the other bloatware.
The “Media Streams” frame at the top of the Flock “Social Web Browser” might be interesting to some, annoying to others.